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News of Note for October 18 2017

News of Note for October 18 2017

News of Note for October 18 2017 How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Donald (From The American Thinker) Here’s What’s Inside The Alexander-Murray Insurance Subsidies ‘Deal’ (From The Federalist) Europe’s New Official History Erases Christianity, Promotes Islam (From The Gatestone Institute) Should the House Accept the Alexander-Murray Deal? (From The Manhattan Institute) Poll: American Attitudes on […]

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News of Note for October 18 2017

Convention of States NOW 

Convention of States NOW  There is no properly functioning general government of the United States—certainly none that is operating constitutionally. Administrative agencies act as legislatures by issuing rules and regulations with the force of law and compound the problem by acting as judge and jury in their own causes. Presidents usurp the function of Congress […]

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News of Note for October 18 2017

The National Anthem and the NFL

The National Anthem and the NFL I am done watching NFL football until players and coaches again stand respectfully with a hand over their heart during the playing of our National Anthem. I realize that individually my refusal to watch NFL football while the protests continue will have little, if any, impact—but it is just […]

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Create a "Rural Broadband Administration"

Create a Rural Broadband Administration

Please sign my petition to Create a Rural Broadband Administration by clicking on this link: Petition to Create a Rural Broadband Administration Following the model of the Rural Electrification Administration, together we can help bring broadband internet service to rural America. Doing so is in everyone’s best interest. As the Blandin Foundation reports: “Research shows […]

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Create a "Rural Broadband Administration"

Profiles in Cowardice – Failure of Republican Leadership

In the Congressional Republican leadership, we see Profiles in Cowardice, not Profiles in Courage. Congressional Republican leadership is non-existent; in fact, it is an oxymoron. Republican candidates repeatedly assured the American voter that if Republicans gained a majority in both houses of Congress, and if a Republican was elected President at the same time, Obamacare would be immediately […]

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